Book Review: Twisted Perfection

Twisted Perfection by Abbi Glines: My future was about to be completely thrown off track because Della Sloane was under my skin, and I had to have her. I couldn’t ignore it anymore. . . . I’d gotten close enough to her to see deeper.

Della Sloane is not your average girl. Yearning to break free of her dark and sheltered past, and the memories of the illness that claimed her mother, Della plans a solo road trip to experience real life on her own terms. But the trip is nearly cut short in the little beach town of Rosemary when she realizes she can’t even pump her own gas—until Woods Kerrington shows up, more than willing to help out a pretty girl in need.

Woods’s family wants him to settle down with a wealthy woman in pearls, but he can’t resist this carefree girl in cutoffs passing through town. A one-night stand should have been enough, but months later, Woods can’t get the irresistible Della out of his head.

When a twist of fate brings Della back to Woods, all signs point to trouble if they don’t keep their distance. Neither is truly free, and a relationship could destroy both of them. With their hearts on the line, Della thinks the safest bet is to walk away. But Woods isn’t about to let that happen…

File Size: 551 KB
Print Length: 273 pages
Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1476756503
Publisher: Atria Books; Original edition (May 30, 2013)
Sold by: Simon and Schuster Digital Sales Inc
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
X-Ray: Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled

TeriLyn's thoughts: I wasn't smitten with Woods in the Too Far books like many were. His character didn't do much for me. Twisted Perfection definitely changed that! At the beginning I wanted to shake him a little because of his decisions but he totally redeems himself. Delving deeper into his life makes it hard not to be smitten with him. From the outside, he's from a seemingly good place; exposing his demons make him vulnerable and I enjoyed reading about him.

Della made the book for me. I loved the fact that she too is dealing with some very heavy demons and she is vulnerable; and that vulnerability makes her that much more desirable to Woods. I liked the attitude she possessed about learning to live her life and learn who she is without the heavy. Woods became a major factor in that. I enjoy these characters from Rosemary.

I'm excited to see where Abbi Glines takes this story and how these two navigate their new lives together.

Lori L. Clark

She Reads New Adult Admin: Lori L. Clark

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